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Hull, Edward Whaley Seabrook (1923-2007)
Papers, 1947-2007, 10 ft.
Edward Whaley Seabrook Hull was born in 1923 in Washington, D.C. He was a journalist and expert in marine science and rocketry. He published widely on a variety of subjects and was a skilled photographer and a poet.
Collection Finding Aid (pdf, 10 pages)
This collection includes 5 series: General, Topical, Clippings, Photographs, and Bound Volumes. The bulk of the collection is in the Topical series, including materials on education, the military, and oceans. Present are publications that Hull worked on, including Missiles & Rockets, American Aviation, and Undersea Technologies. Oceans is the largest topic, with three linear feet of material. This includes several Marine Science Curriculum guides, papers from the Law of the Sea Institutes, papers written by Hull and other marine scientists, and policy papers written by Hull when he consulted for the federal government.